Its hard not to go soft and romantic in this garden hideaway in Tagaytay.The flowers all around the place, the sunset and the rustic set up when all combined provide the perfect mood for an intimate and romantic dinner, even a wedding Just be wary of being seated next to a big group because their noise can take away the... 更多
It was our 16th wedding anniversary and my husband and I took to Tagaytay to have a family weekend getaway. Because we are creatures of habit, I know we would end up eating in the usual places we've eaten before. But since this is a special weekend, I planned all our lunches and dinners to be outside of the hotel... 更多
Good experience and ambience was quite romantic. You get a 3-course meal for under 1000 pesos per person. There are other affordable places around but Marcia Adams' won't exactly hurt your wallets like Antonio's would. The Italian pork chop is something you should definitely consider it you like meats. Kebab was also good. Serving was quite generous. Go for the... 更多
Marcia Adams is a lovely restaurant to go on a date in Tagaytay. The food was absolutely yummy, expensive but very much worth it. For the main course, try their chicken kebab (P700) and aromatic pork (P700) which are very delicious. Their main course includes an appetizer, a choice of soup or prawns (both are good) and dessert (panna cota... 更多
It was easy to find as Waze was very reliable. When we got there, I liked the relaxed vibe of the property. There were fresh flowers on vases and the table setting was cute. When we started ordering our dishes (there were 6 adults and 1child), that's when I had an inkling it will not be as great as other... 更多
Excellent place for a romantic meal. Everything we ordered was delicious. I had the classic chicken kebab while my husband got the bacon wrapped tenderloin kebab. Definitely get the panna cotta for dessert.
Before my boyfriend, Josh went to the states for a family vacation, we went to Tagaytay. We have been hearing mixed reviews about Marcia Adams. So we decided to go give it a try. The place is amazing! Charming and quaint. I have not been to Italy or Tuscany for that matter. But, wow! Great job on the place. I... 更多
A rather large group of us - 10 in all - went for dinner on a beautiful, cool March evening. The place receives a lot of buzz and is often recommended as an alternative dining destination to the Miele -rated Antonio's Restaurant. From the iron gate through winding steps lined with gorgeous purple hydrangeas to the Tuscan-style dining area warmly... 更多
The grounds are overrun by flowers and though not refined, still well maintained. (But I can see how there are a lot of mosquitos at dusk, as I read in another blog.) It's an eclectic space, and feels like an old Italian home stuffed with decorations. You get a lot of food for 700 Pesos+ (it's a 3-course-meal with options... 更多
We were recommended this place as Antonio's was closed for a private function. The restaurant was set in a homely environment with a tuscany house. The food was very good and very generous portions. I did not order the grilled pork chop but it won hands down as the best dish across various main courses. Highly recommend it.